If you like a good performance, then you're going to love this show. Not only is the Big Burlesque Night Out! bringing some of the best local, national and international artists to The Shed, but they'll be showcasing moves like you've never seen.
Best Events in Glasgow
Looking for something to do in Glasgow? Search no more as we've handpicked some of the city's finest. From fun foodie gatherings to enticing drink tastings, quirky club nights to cracking comedy, this wee city is pulling out the stops when it comes to entertaining the masses. Check out our guide to events in Glasgow and make your next night out something to remember.
If it's a wholesome meal that you're after, look no further than Browns. Tuck into dreamy dishes from hearty beef sirloin to salted pork belly and veggie nut roasts, all accompanied with the usual trimmings and a side of live music.
Head to Arta where Club Canvas is bringing you an amazing weekly show, with live performers and the finest tunes across disco, soul and funk. Not only will you get free entry, but there's cracking drink deals all night long with prices from as little as £3.50.
One of Glasgow's quirkiest evenings out, Whodunnit Events are the perfect excuse to get the gang together and try something a little different on your next night out. You'll get to solve clues and uncover the truth behind thrilling (and fun) mysteries at these hilarious immersive experiences.
A great way to get to know the city, this fun tour around Glasgow will introduce you to some of the finest craft beer in the city. Over the course of at least three stops you'll be able to sample a slick line up of tasty brews, as well as the city's history of beer.
Located in the heart of the West End, Innis & Gunn Brewery Taproom is the contemporary bar from Scotland's best-loved beer makers. Hosting regular beer and food events, punters can expect a feast of American treats, gin-inspired dishes and a whole lotta' beer.
For the first time, Yardworks will be stretching beyond the SWG3 complex and taking over 27 railway arches. Check out all of the cool stuff they've got going on this May, from live talks and lectures to street art, delicious food and a dedicated skateboarding zone.
The only comedy show in to be sold out every week for the past five years, The Stand's Saturday Show brings together the most side-splitting comedians for a night of hilarity. Expect five different acts, the best comperes and great headlines from around the UK and beyond.
Get your giggle on with a night of knee-slapping comedy at Rotunda Comedy Club. From the minds behind the Scottish Comedy Awards, this unique venue showcases the finest on the stand-up circuit from familiar faces to cutting-edge talent.
Kick-start your weekend at Pie & Brew; the Sauchiehall Street gem dedicated to good beers and delicious food. Hosting everything from acoutsic sets to live bands, this is the best way to check out the city's talent before live DJs take to the decks.
This weekly event at Òran Mór produces new plays from Scotland, the UK and the rest of the world, with 38 new plays every year. Join A Play, a Pie and a Pint for an afternoon and you're sure to be impressed by some of the finest up-and-coming out there.
Every Monday you can unleash your inner Latin flair with a night of raucous dancing and partying at Boteco. The evening kicks off with Tumbao Salsa School classes for mixed abilities from 6.45pm, before salsa DJs turn up the music for one red hot night on the dancefloor.
Get to know some of the city's best emerging talent at this unique 16-day festival. This May, Southside Fringe will showcase some of Glasgow's best performers across music, comedy, burlesque, cabaret, art and theatre events, with all events taking place in Southside.
Spice up your mid-week antics with a trip to Tiki Bar and Kitsch Inn, where Jose Loves Disco takes to the decks and get everyone moving. Celebrate all things fun and funky with a glittering soundtrack and a party fuelled by tropical tipples from expert mixologists.